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Increasing outright satisfaction performance: Who performed best?

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Who are the brands that have increased their rates of customer satisfaction? Read ››

Soft Openings – JUST DON’T DO IT !!!!

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Brad Menachemson, Managing Director of bdm groups global talks about soft openings and their drawbacks. Read ››

The Winners of 2015's first half

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Who are the big improvers this year relative to last year? Read ››

Brand Scandals and how they Impact Consumers - Featuring Subway

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A Euromonitor podcast featuring Senior Consumer Foodservice Analyst Elizabeth Friend. Read ››

A QSR Media Conference Exclusive: Session notes on the Ethical QSR and the Digital QSR

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Erika Sirimanne, Business Development Consulting at Euromonitor International explores ethical branding and connecting with the "hyperconnected consumer". Read ››

Brand Scandals and how they Impact Consumers - Featuring Subway

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A podcast by Euromonitor, featuring Senior Consumer Foodservice Analyst Elizabeth Friend. Read ››

Consumer behaviour: How different are men and women on the internet?

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An emma study tackles the differences in online behaviour for men and women. Read ››

How do you exercise your options on your lease?

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Get the most out of leasing for your QSR with these tips from Leasing Information Services. Read ››

CHART: Oldie but a goodie

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An emma survey illustrates how QSRs can appeal more to the elderly and how significant they are as a demographic. Read ››

CHART: Brand health state to state & local market attitudes

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An emma study tries to show the difference in performance of brands from one state to the next. Read ››

Who aren’t your customers?

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We focus so much on who our frequent customers are instead of who they aren’t and if the latter are worth chasing. Read ››

Breakfast saw gains this year

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Morning Meal continues to be one of the most successful and resilient daypart in the last three years, according to the NPD Group. Read ››

Breakfast saw gains this year

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Morning Meal continues to be one of the most successful and resilient daypart in the last three years, according to the NPD Group. Read ››

Where is the best place to take up a franchise?

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If you’re considering opening a franchise and you’re open to moving around. Read ››

Fast Casual in International Markets: Where’s the Opportunity?

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Analyst Insight by Elizabeth Friend - Senior Consumer Foodservice Analyst at Euromonitor. Read ››

The Power of the Golden Arches

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Everyone is well aware of the pulling power that McDonalds has. Read ››

Tork elevates Royal Randwick racecourse washrooms

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The brief for the $150 million redevelopment of Royal Randwick racecourse was to create a world-class spectator, dining and entertainment facility for racing and events. Read ››

Will you be ready for the National Wage Review Decision on July 1st?

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Free wage rate information The decision by the Fair Work Commission on new minimum wages is likely to be handed down in early June, with a start date of 1st July. Read ››

Thainabox use online ordering to stand out from the crowd

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When Thainabox restaurant chose to open it’s doors on the golden sands of Sydney’s Bondi Beach, Australia in 1998, it felt right at home. Read ››

Healthy choice brands and the gender of their customer base.

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According to an Ipsos’ Enhanced Media Metrics Australia (emma) study, four brands in the health choice category earn the distinction of having a female customer base of 60% or more. Read ››

Ordering Online and Mobile: Know Your Customer

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According to an Ipsos’ Enhanced Media Metrics Australia (emma) study, there is a vast difference in the attitude of male and female customers when ordering in the mobile space. Read ››

6 reasons online ordering is key to QSR success

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Mobi2Go shares how QSRs can enjoy the convenience and other benefits of online ordering. Read ››

Families are visiting restaurants less

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According to the NPD Group, there were approximately 83 million less restaurant visits by families compared to the previous year. Read ››

6 reasons online ordering is key to QSR success

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Mobi2Go shares how QSRs can enjoy the convenience and other benefits of online ordering. Read ››

Maccas vs. Subway – The Consumer Perceptions Battle

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According to an Ipsos’ Enhanced Media Metrics Australia (emma) study, consumer attitudes for the ‘Big Two’ of McDonalds and Subway varies heavily depending on the particular brand attribute in question. Read ››

Ho-Hum – Our Assessment of “Landmark” Retail Deal

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Steve Champion, Director of Employee Relations Strategies reviews a widely reported framework enterprise agreement in the Retail sector - and can't feel excited about it. Read ››

A consultant's thoughts on the ethical dollar in QSR

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Nicole Venter, Consumer Strategy - Digital - Retail Specialist at Retail Oasis shares her thoughts on the issue. Read ››

Analyst shares 2015 predictions

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Predictions for Casual Restaurants and Fast Food Retailers for 2015 and beyond by IBISWorld Senior Industry Analyst, Stephen Gargano. Read ››

geo-emma data shows ‘Fast Food & Takeaway’ spend overlayed to local areas

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Highlights Perth and its household spend on fastfood and takeaways. Read ››

Subway has friendliest staff according to new study

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emma data shows that consumers view Subway staff as the friendliest in the industry. Read ››

Dinner is the most popular time for fast food

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New emma data shows that traditional dinner time is the most popular for fast food too. Read ››

New data shows Males 30-44 biggest QSR spenders

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Big spenders but not necessarily big eaters. Ipsos’ Enhanced Media Metrics Australia (emma) study’s new data on weekly QSR spend shows that Males 30-44 are the highest weekly spenders of all demographic groups with an average weekly QSR spend of $32.57. Read ››

New data shows Males 30-44 biggest QSR spenders

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Big spenders but not necessarily big eaters. Ipsos’ Enhanced Media Metrics Australia (emma) study’s new data on weekly QSR spend shows that Males 30-44 are the highest weekly spenders of all demographic groups with an average weekly QSR spend of $32.57. Read ››

Casino goers most frequent QSR consumers

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Young and eager to eat. Ipsos’ Enhanced Media Metrics Australia (emma) study shows that out of all the popular gambling channels available to consumers, the one with the highest correlation with QSR-consumers is the casino visitor, higher than placing a bet at the TAB, an online bet, a go on the pokies, playing lotto or buying a scratchie. Read ››

Why One Chip Isn’t Enough

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Grow sales by adding a second chip option to your menu. Read ››

Macca’s still Number 1 despite global sales fall

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Ahead of competitors despite decline in market share. Ipsos’ Enhanced Media Metrics Australia (emma) study shows that despite globally suffering from a 2.5% reduction is sales for June-July, in Australia, Macca’s is still very much the leader of the pack, with over 40% of consumers having eaten a Macca’s in the past 4 weeks. Read ››

Why Quality, Length and Yield Matter with Chips

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Learn how to increase profits by focusing on chip quality. Read ››

Fresh Hot Chips—Delivered

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Take-away orders are on the rise; meet the chips that will stay crispy for the ride home. Read ››

Find out what makes young consumers tick

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Every marketer wants to know what makes the young consumers tick. Read ››

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